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Devil's Tower National Monument Visitor Center

567 Reviews

Devil's Tower National Monument Visitor Center

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Jim B wrote a review Oct 18
100 contributions25 helpful votes
Was snowing during our visit. Roads in the park were plowed and not icy. The tower trail was icy. We did the Red Beds Trail. It was a good trail but was pretty muddy in the red soil area since it was snowing but the ground wasn’t frozen. If it is snowing out be aware that US Highway 14 is not well maintained from I-90 to the park. The road is very steep and twisty and was not plowed well.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Offbeatnpathtours wrote a review Oct 9
4 contributions9 helpful votes
Devils tower is an awesome not to be missed natural geologic and historic feature. Dramatic Remnant volcanic cone. Our kids had a great time doing the national park junior ranger badge and hiking around the park. Funny prairie dogs everywhere. One warning : if arriving via interstate l-90 do not get off highway at exit 154 at Moorcroft, Wyoming even if traveling from the west. Exit one more to East at exit 189 at Sundance and then it is short 30 minutes to devils tower. Always watch for sudden changes in speed limits designed to trap tourists but there is a horrible speed trap at Moorcroft especially for out of state vehicles. Save the $110 fine and get off l-90 at Sundance at exit 189 even though an extra 30 minutes East on highway. If you have to get off at moorcroft be careful as soon as exit highway and apply the brakes! As soon as you hit the bottom of the exit 154ramp the speed limit is lowered to 30 mph and best to crawl your car down main street to route 14 turn at less than 25 mph. Horrible experience there saved by the majesty and wonder of devils tower but a costly lesson learned.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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NebraskaTravelBuddy wrote a review Oct 2
Lincoln, Nebraska162 contributions15 helpful votes
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Beautiful trails and views. There was construction going on in the parking lot, but once we got away from that and hiked toward the monument, you couldn’t hear the construction sounds. Visitors’ center was closed. Ample bathrooms available. There was a lot of people and the parking lot was full. Even with all that, I fell in love with Devil’s Tower and want to go back. The sacredness of the monument is refreshing. We enjoyed watching several climbers on the side of tower (I recommend bringing binoculars). Seeing the prairie dog towns along the road on the way in and out was fun.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Roxanne M wrote a review Aug 2020
Huntington Beach, California614 contributions88 helpful votes
the place for the visitor center was closed bc of Covid. and the ranger we spoke with was very friendly though and told us were to get a stamp . they had it outside by one of the trails. and bathroom area parking can be VERY frustrating IF you are NOT inside the park by 9 am. lots aren't very big and if you're driving and large RV or pulling a 5th wheel - HIGHLY suggest you leave it , at the RV park or unhitch and there's actually a parking area not far from entrance to park it.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Faststay wrote a review Jul 2020
Omaha, Nebraska54 contributions35 helpful votes
Yes, the visitor center is closed. However, behind (and down some steps) the visitor center are modern restrooms that are open. They also had National Parks passport stamps available in front of the visitor center. The hike on the paved path around the base of the tower is beautiful.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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